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The Deception of Rick. #3 in Republican Party

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posted on Apr, 23 2005 @ 08:51 PM
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Political Conspiracies
Discuss political conspiracies, cover-ups, and deceptions of political figures and parties.



Rick Santorum, the Republican party's number #3 man, has been the most deceptive member of Congress, and I shall list some deceitful actions of his leadership as a representative to Pennsylvania.


Deception of Character

Santorum projects an honest conservative portrayel of himself, the deception piles up like a roll of feces being driven by a dung beetle.

#1-Representing Pennsylvania in Florida:

A political finance tracking group says Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) collected more than $100,000 from Florida donors during the first three months of 2005, while he maintained a high profile in the fight over Terri Schiavo.

From kyw1060 News.

#2-Introduces Bill to change public weather service:


A conservative Republican senator who proposed that federal meteorologists be forbidden from competing with companies such as AccuWeather and the Weather Channel, has received nearly $4,000 from AccuWeather's founder and executive vice president since 2000.

Raw Story Article

#3 Taking Money to fund his 5 children's education:


In November 2004, a controversy erupted over education costs for the Senator's children. Santorum's legal address is in Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Pittsburgh, but he lives most of the year at his home in Leesburg, Virginia near Washington, DC. Santorum's five older children received education through the Western Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School with 80% of tuition costs paid by the Penn Hills School District.

From Wikipedia




posted on Apr, 23 2005 @ 10:33 PM
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Has anyone read this? Why do the ones I put effort into, never get replies?



posted on Apr, 23 2005 @ 10:45 PM
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Oh please Enigmatic, I didn't sign up to this site to hear people like you whine. It takes some time to get responses from threads.

So you want a response here's one:

#1) Who cares? You really think it's a conspiracy and he was tricking people when they made a check out to his political action committee? Hell, I'd write a check to him now if I had money for it and thought it would help people in the same situation as Terri Schiavo.

#2) So what? He's a legislator and has a right to propose legislation. In this case, I think this proposal is dumb but that doesn't mean he doesn't have the right to make it.

#3) He's a U.S. Senator and has to spend most of his time in Washington, but these people have always been considered residents of their home states. I see no problem with it and think it's completely legal.


I disagree with Santorum from time to time but I'd trade the two schmucks I have as Senators Hillary Clinton and Chuck Schumer for him any day of the week.



posted on Apr, 23 2005 @ 10:48 PM
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Originally posted by djohnsto77
Oh please Enigmatic, I didn't sign up to this site to hear people like you whine. It takes some time to get responses from threads.



Hahahahaha, Thanks for putting me in my place. I cracked a smile when I read that.



posted on Apr, 23 2005 @ 10:54 PM
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Originally posted by djohnsto77
I disagree with Santorum from time to time but I'd trade the two schmucks I have as Senators Hillary Clinton and Chuck Schumer for him any day of the week.


Finally, your bias is exposed. It is okay for your Republican's to get by with anything but those people who do not....flaunt their coward policies in public are critized by you solely on the basis that they are both Democrats, even though your party members also do the same thing. I feel you have a narrow opinion when it comes to politics. Is there a democrat you can praise? I like Republicans, Don Nickles was cool & cared and I also like John McCain.



posted on Apr, 23 2005 @ 11:02 PM
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Finally, your bias is exposed.


Finally? Most intelligent people on this site figured out my bias a long time ago!




It is okay for your Republican's to get by with anything


As I indicated, I don't think he's getting away with anything. I see nothing immoral, illegal or unethical with anything you listed.



critized by you solely on the basis that they are both Democrats


Where did I say that? I don't like their policies and stands on issues. I will admit that actually like Hillary as a Senator much better than Schumer. When I'm concerned about an issue, I'll actually contact her with an e-mail or something, I think she'd be far more likely to listen. Schumer's a lost cause.



Is there a democrat you can praise?


That's easy, Zell Miller! I think he's great.



posted on Apr, 23 2005 @ 11:21 PM
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Originally posted by djohnsto77
Finally? Most intelligent people on this site figured out my bias a long time ago!



I suspected it but never had a post that allowed me to point it our and say, "Ah HA!". Anyways, I like people that are predictable such as you, it makes conversation easier because I know where the direction of the conversation will go.



posted on Apr, 24 2005 @ 05:15 AM
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Originally posted by Enigmatic_Messiah
Has anyone read this? Why do the ones I put effort into, never get replies?


Because, we're all whispering things about you when you're not looking. We talk about you in the chat when you're not there. And several mass U2U's have been relayed to members about your faults and shortcomings (I hope you didn't get one of those, that would be embaressing)

I'm totally serious. The massive paranoia you're feeling, it's all real. We've even put little radio recievers in your fillings, so we can read your thoughts, man.



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